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Old 12-08-2012, 03:39 PM   #1
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Default 10/22 trigger work/replacement?

This is for a Take Down used for: offhand & hasty; standing, kneeling, sitting and prone; at paper, cans, whatever, etc. So, thoughts & recommendations?

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Old 12-08-2012, 06:39 PM   #2
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go to cheapgunparts.com and order the drop in trigger.. there are some great Youtube videos on how to do this..

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Volquartsen hammer and spring kit: necessary.

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+1 if you can afford, get a drop in kit.

If however, you like to tinker and have the tools, it is worth it to rework the entire assembly as they are a bit rough from the factory. they do function well, just not as crisp break or cycle in factory mode as they are capable of

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I installed Volquartzen trigger components in my 10-22 & Mark II. It was worth every cent.

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Clark customs delux trigger kit for a solid trigger and good buy. Step up Kidd trigger kit.

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